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Alleged ghost sightings may be scary enough, but some cases of claimed hauntings were so extreme they not only baffled authorities, they ended in death.
As Halloween stalks ever closer and the film industry churns out all manner of slasher and ghost stories, the public focus on the macabre and supernatural increases. For some, it’s a way to get into the spirit of the upcoming holiday, while others revel in the adrenaline of scaring themselves. For others, the experience of the supernatural is all too real. Up to 30 percent of Americans believe that they’ve had contact with a spirit of the deceased, and several high profile places around the country are known for being hot-beds of ghostly activity.
Hauntings - Stories - Manifestations - Houses - Target
Some hauntings, however, don’t linger. Sometimes they end sooner but cut deeper than the stories and manifestations that make old houses and hotels the target of tourists and casual ghost hunters. They bombard homes or places of business with an unusual viciousness, scatter lives into disarray, then dissipate only to leave tragedy in their wake.
Here are two hauntings so horrific that some of those who experienced them did not survive.
Death - Elisa - Lam - Cecil - Hotel
The 2013 death of Elisa Lam at the Cecil Hotel in Los Angeles continues to defy explanation. Lam was a Canadian student from the University of British Columbia who visited California in early 2013. After visiting the San Diego zoo, she arrived in Los Angeles and checked into a shared room at the Cecil Hotel two days later. The hotel staff moved her to a single room two days after that when her roommates complained about her “certain odd behavior.” She contacted her parents every day, but on Jan. 31, the day she was scheduled to check out, she disappeared and failed to contact her family.
Her family called the police, who searched for her...
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